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Nov 2018
The fool, doth think he’s wise,
strutting around
acting inside his own reality.  
Moving in playful style,
as others think he brainless be.

While wise man, doth think he fool,  
swaggering under thesis
of living his own truths.
Dreaming grandly
with acts in mind like fool
few rarely see.
Inspired by
William Shakespeare who said. β€œ The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.
Star BG
Written by
Star BG  66/F/New York
(66/F/New York)   
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     ---, ---, Monika Layke and Me DΓ­az
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